It was a long dry summer and it was not until May that we finally got some good soaking rain – the garden responded and grass peeped through quickly – and the kangaroos quickly ate it.
The Birch trees are now in their 4th year – they are not quite a forest yet but soon. The Pear Tree is more than 40 years old and is covered in moss and mold but produces pears each year to feed the birds and possums.
Rosa di Pagola has emerged from its life as a cricket pitch. There is a meandering path down that leads past the artichokes with their purple seed heads – and then the alien salvia…
The Pom Pom Tree is out – almost breaking under the weight – it looks good enough to eat!